Spaceships, hover boards, and the Iphone 7 are hard on the wallet. But something else that can get pricey is your fitness routine.
Right now, boutique studio classes are all the rage. Some people love zumba, a fun class that uses dance to get in shape. Another popular class is barre, which is a toning class that uses principles from ballet. Yoga is also a crowd favorite with variations that can include meditation and even heat. Some celebs even endorse cardio workouts with virtual instructors.
While these are all amazing classes, they all pack a financial punch. These types of boutique classes get really expensive really fast. Often times they run around $15-$20 per class. If you go to class just twice a week, that’s upwards of $40/week. In a 5 week month that’s $200 per month for 10 classes for just ONE person. Talk about not getting much of a bang for your buck.
Plus, that’s just for one type of class two times a week. What if you want to try something new? There’s another $15-$20. What if you want to get in a workout everyday? Well now that’s at least $100/week.
While the future of fitness may lie in fun individual and focused classes, that doesn’t mean that you have to join a ton of different studios. Health clubs much like Elite, offer all kinds of amenities and classes that can be used at any time. One day you may take a yoga class, the next give spinning a try. Perhaps you’d like to to pick up swimming or tennis. That’s the beauty of joining a club.
Have a hectic schedule? Clubs like Elite have awesome hours to make sure you can get your workout in, on your schedule. There’s also a variety of classes throughout the day and week for you to chose a time that works.
So, while the cost of a club might seem a bit hard on the wallet, think of the cost of the classes you could take elsewhere. And if you only get in a couple times a week, think of the cost of your health. After all, isn’t your future rooted in keeping yourself healthy?
For a full list of included classes offered at Elite, you can check them out here!
This information is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. All material in this article is provided for educational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before undertaking any diet, exercise, or other health program.